Monthly Archives: August 2013


Control Kim Curran Angry Robot Ltd. Control is the second novel telling the story of Scott Tyler. The story picks up shortly after the last one left off. Scot and Aubrey are hunting down the last of the adults to … Continue reading

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Bullying Under Attack

Bullying Under Attack Edited by John Meyer and Stephanie Meyer, Emily Sperber and Heather Alexander Teen Ink Books Health Communications Inc. Bullying Under Attack is a collection of essays, memoirs and poems about the experience of bullying. It is unique … Continue reading

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The Vegan Stoner Cookbook

The Vegan Stoner Cookbook Sarah Conrique, Graham I. Haynes Crown Publishing Group I looked at this cookbook hoping for a way to make vegetables more interesting and provide some variety on the occasional evenings when I am in the mood … Continue reading

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The Inconvenient Indian

The Inconvenient Indian Thomas King University of Minnesota Press Thomas King takes us through a different history of North America in his book The Inconvenient Indian though he refers to it as an account because it isn’t a rigorous academic … Continue reading

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The Ambitious Card

The Ambitious Card John Gaspard     Henery Press Eli Marks is a magican who lives with his Uncle Harry. They run Chicago Magic, and Eli does magic on the side. He is also not so secretly in love with his … Continue reading

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Shadow Embraced

Shadow Embraced Cheree Smith Dark Cherry Press It is a pleasure to read an indie novel that is as well written and presented as Shadow Embraced. Scar, short for Scarlet, is a girl with a penchant for fights. She also … Continue reading

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